Don’t Fall Asleep Yet: Toyota Says Autonomous Car Assists Driver Toyota tests a prototype car equipped with the automaker's latest self-driving technology in Tokyo, demonstrating the vehicle's ability to cope with winding roads and heavy traffic. The technology, combining an advanced lane-keeping system with vehicle-to-vehicle wireless communication, is designed to enhance safety by reacting to hard braking by the car ahead of it more quickly than a human driver could, ...

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